LHCb's all-new VELO detector will extend the collaboration's capabilities to search for new physics at Run 3.
CompactLight is turning accelerator technologies from particle physics into affordable, compact X-ray lasers.
Join the audience for a live webinar on 5 May 2022 by SLAC accelerator physicist Pantaleo Raimondi.
The successful restart of Linac4 on 9 February marked the start of the final countdown to LHC Run 3.
Preparations are under way for a next-generation heavy-ion experiment for Run 5 of the LHC and beyond.
CERN’s vacuum groups has completed an intense period of activity during LS2 to prepare the accelerator complex for more luminous operations.
Head of the KIT Vacuum Lab, Christian Day, discusses the importance of an integrated approach to vacuum system development in which modelling, simulation and experimental validatio...
ITER vacuum-section leader Robert Pearce describes the latest progress with one of the largest and most complex vacuum systems ever built.
State-of-the-art ultrahigh-vacuum technologies underpin the 3 GeV electron storage ring of Sweden's MAX IV light source.
Energy economy was the primary motivation for CERN to adopt the “Sirius” family of regenerative power converters for its transfer lines.
This webinar is available to watch now, sponsored by New England Wire Technologies, RadiaSoft LLC and Agilent Technologies.
Exploring the potential of quantum information science and technologies for high-energy physics.
Beyond the setting of new records, precise knowledge of the luminosity at particle colliders is vital for physics analyses.